• Greetings Cameron Ranch Families,

    I am honored to join Cameron Ranch as the new principal. Becoming a principal has been a lifelong journey and I couldn’t be happier to join the Falcons! I was raised by career educators who taught me that education is about serving each child’s unique needs, and I have carried this passion with me everyday throughout my career. I come to you with over 25 years of experience, including many years in the classroom teaching grades 1st through 6th, district and university positions, and the past two years as vice principal at Thomas Edison Language Institute. I have a strong background in curriculum and instruction, technology, safety, social emotional learning and leadership. I am a relationship-based servant leader with an open door policy, who believes that all students can achieve academic success and find their passion for learning.

    I am deeply committed to supporting a safe, nurturing learning environment at Cameron Ranch. My priority is to provide supports so that students, teachers, staff and families have the resources in place to ensure the best possible educational experience for all. It is obvious to me that Cameron Ranch is an incredible place for students, with highly dedicated teachers, staff and families. I consider myself blessed to have the opportunity to work with you as we move forward together. I am eager to get to know everyone and to begin the journey of building positive relationships, supporting the collaborative staff, and engaging the active parent community.

     

    Moving forward as falcons,

     Aliceon Sloss

    asloss@sanjuan.edu

     

      

    Cameron Ranch Elementary School’s Mission Statement

    Valuing diversity and Full Inclusion, the mission of Cameron Ranch School is to ensure that each student becomes an informed critical thinker, strong communicator, and self-directed learner through personalized, rigorous instruction, utilizing technology, and modeling positive character traits in a safe, nurturing, respectful environment, in partnership with parents and community. 

     

    • Comprehensive Site Needs Assessment
    •  Family Engagement
    • School Goals and Description of Barriers
    • School and Student Performance Data
    • Planned Improvements
  • Photo of woman with brown hair and glasses in black and white dress standing in front of a group of trees. Principal Aliceon Sloss

    asloss@sanjuan.edu

    916-575-2302

Last Modified on August 8, 2019